COMMITTED TO BOSTON

We believe in the continuing success of Downtown Boston. We are proposing to redevelop the property on the corner of Washington and Bromfield, envisioning an iconic commercial and retail building to anchor and add to the economic renaissance at this important corner in the heart of Boston.

A New Vision for Downtown

The proposed redevelopment project will bolster the growth of Downtown Boston as a commercial powerhouse, with office on floors three to 21 and engaging retail on the lower floors to add to the bustle of Downtown Crossing.  Acknowledging the transit-rich location this project does not including any parking.

Key Benefits

Key Benefits


1

Sustainability

Following the leadership of Mayor Walsh and understanding the critical state of our environment, we will be one of the first buildings in downtown Boston to be Net Zero Carbon and will produce onsite or procure enough carbon free renewable energy to meet building operations energy consumption annually.


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Sustainability

Following the leadership of Mayor Walsh and understanding the critical state of our environment, we will be one of the first buildings in downtown Boston to be Net Zero Carbon and will produce onsite or procure enough carbon free renewable energy to meet building operations energy consumption annually.


2

Jobs

This new office building will be employ over 500 people, depending on the tenants and end user, further bolstering the Downtown office market. Construction will employ over 265 tradespeople throughout the two year construction phase.


2

Jobs

This new office building will be employ over 500 people, depending on the tenants and end user, further bolstering the Downtown office market. Construction will employ over 265 tradespeople throughout the two year construction phase.


3

Revenue

The new commercial office building will provide new tax revenue to the City of Boston. More employees downtown will also have a positive impact on surrounding retail and restaurants, adding to the economic development of the entire area.


3

Revenue

The new commercial office building will provide new tax revenue to the City of Boston. More employees downtown will also have a positive impact on surrounding retail and restaurants, adding to the economic development of the entire area.


4

Community Contribution

Per City of Boston policy, the project will generate revenue for the City’s Neighborhood Housing Trust to help fund new affordable housing, as well as revenue for $600,000 the Neighborhood Job Trust.


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Community Contribution

Per City of Boston policy, the project will generate revenue for the City’s Neighborhood Housing Trust to help fund new affordable housing, as well as revenue for $600,000 the Neighborhood Job Trust.


5

Public Realm Improvements

Working with our neighbors and abutters, we are hoping to make a significant investment to make Bromfield more of an active and exciting pedestrian street. Because these improvements impact our neighbors, we look forward to actively engaging with the surrounding community to developing innovative plans to improve the current streetscape and pedestrian environment on Bromfield.


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Public Realm Improvements

Working with our neighbors and abutters, we are hoping to make a significant investment to make Bromfield more of an active and exciting pedestrian street. Because these improvements impact our neighbors, we look forward to actively engaging with the surrounding community to developing innovative plans to improve the current streetscape and pedestrian environment on Bromfield.

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